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Ridley Scott : interviews

Autor: Ridley Scott; Laurence F Knapp; Andrea F Kulas
Editorial: Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, ©2005.
Serie: Conversations with filmmakers series.
Edición/Formato:   Libro : Biografía : Inglés (eng)Ver todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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From the Publisher: Artisan, entrepreneur, and impresario, British filmmaker Ridley Scott accepts the profit motive as the only way to thrive in an industry where there is little patience for artistic flourishes or overblown expenses. Yet, while he may pay lip service to the free enterprise system, he is an unapologetic auteur, committed to using every element of film-from evocative lighting to digital  Leer más
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Género/Forma: Interviews
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Formato físico adicional: Online version:
Scott, Ridley.
Ridley Scott.
Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, c2005
(OCoLC)645823300
Persona designada: Ridley Scott; Ridley Scott; Ridley Scott; Ridley Scott
Tipo de material: Biografía
Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto
Todos autores / colaboradores: Ridley Scott; Laurence F Knapp; Andrea F Kulas
ISBN: 1578067251 9781578067251 157806726X 9781578067268
Número OCLC: 55887293
Descripción: xxxi, 237 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contenido: Introduction --
Chronology --
Filmography --
Ridley Scott directs The Duellists / Donald Chase --
Alien from the inside out: part II / James Delson --
Twenty-first century nervous breakdown / Harlan Kennedy --
Directing Alien and Blade Runner: an interview with Ridley Scott / Danny Peary --
Ridley Scott / Francois Guerif and Alain Garel --
In Black Rain, east meets west with a bang! bang! / Donald Chase --
Thelma & Louise hit the road for Ridley Scott / Maitland McDonagh --
Ridley Scott's road work / Amy Taubin --
1492: conquest of paradise / Ana Maria Bahiana --
Interview with Ridley Scott / Paul M Sammon --
Stormy weather / David E Williams --
White squall director a visionary without visual strategy / Michael Wilmington --
Joining the club: Ridley Scott on G I Jane / Paul M Sammon --
Commercial break / Richard Natale --
Veni, vidi, vici / Douglas Bankston --
Great Scott: an interview with director/adventurer Ridley Scott / Elizabeth Weitzman --
Eat drink man woman / Jill Bernstein --
Ridley Scott discusses making his Oscar-nominated movie Black Hawk Down / Terry Gross --
Bond of brothers / Brendan Tapley --
Matchstick men / Daniel Robert Epstein --
Index.
Título de la serie: Conversations with filmmakers series.
Responsabilidad: edited by Laurence F. Knapp and Andrea F. Kulas.

Resumen:

From the Publisher: Artisan, entrepreneur, and impresario, British filmmaker Ridley Scott accepts the profit motive as the only way to thrive in an industry where there is little patience for artistic flourishes or overblown expenses. Yet, while he may pay lip service to the free enterprise system, he is an unapologetic auteur, committed to using every element of film-from evocative lighting to digital composition-to overwhelm our senses and redefine how we perceive the future (Alien, Blade Runner), the past (1492: The Conquest of Paradise, Gladiator), and the present (Thelma & Louise, Black Hawk Down). This collection of interviews follows Scott over twenty-five years as he perfects the Ridley Scott look, builds his media empire, and reacts to the twenty-year cult status of Blade Runner. Throughout, he discusses the triumphs and challenges involved in working with A-list actors-particularly such women as Susan Sarandon, Sigourney Weaver, and Demi Moore-and big-budget special effects. Scott emerges as a consummate English gentleman who acknowledges the legacy of the futuristic Blade Runner and Alien but who also is adept at taking the pulse of contemporary American culture. Unlike many of his colleagues in the U.S., Scott did not attend film school. Instead, he developed his visual sensibility at London's Royal College of Art. Years in television production gave Scott the clout and confidence to revitalize feature filmmaking. He hit the jackpot with Alien but ran into financial and logistical difficulties with Blade Runner and Legend. In response he shifted his attention to more contemporary genres, offering a continental perspective on America in Black Rain and Thelma & Louise. By the late 1990s Scott had achieved both critical and commercial success with Oscar-winning films Gladiator and Black Hawk Down.

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